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Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

Werribee, Australia
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Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

Hi

Just wondering how similar these two shows are?

Has anyone been to both and if so would they recommend one over the other?

(We are 2 adults and 2 children aged 11 &9)

Thanks :)

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Yucaipa, California
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1. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

You can view reviews for both on Trip Advisor. Looking at the reviews for the Las Vegas show it appears it adds pryotechnics. I saw two bad comments among many good ones for that show. One is the restrooms are outside the area so you miss action if you need to visit them. The other is it is necessary to walk by a bar to get in and the bar has an open view of a strip tease show. Perhaps there is more than one entrance, though.

Corona del Mar...
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2. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

I am thinking Medieval Times is the better of the two. It is all they do, the experience is geared around you and enjoying the show, ToK is about getting you to the hotel to gamble.

Las Vegas, Nevada
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for Anaheim, St. George
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3. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

Ive heard Tournament of Kings in Vegas is the better show of the two from quite a few people.

Most of my family has been to the Tournament of Kings in Las Vegas at least a few times(except me) as we knew someone who worked in the lighting booth which was fun.

I cant say ive really heard much about walking by an "interesting" area to get to the show , but then there are allway "interesting" areas in Las Vegas.

But we cant know what you would prefer, you would have to take a look at the two shows and compare them to see what you would like best.

There is a BOGO coupon for Medival Times which is a good value, however, the code doesnt work online, but if you call them direct to book, they do honour the coupon.

anaheimoc.org/content/medieval-times-dinner-…

SoCal
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4. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

I have seen both and TOK is the better show for sure. If you object to walking past a bar in LV....you should not be in a casino in LV. There is a male revue show at Excalibur, again this kind of stuff is around LV. Keep moving and don't make a big deal out of it and the kids move along too!

Fremont, California
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for San Francisco
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5. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

I have seen them both - similar themes

but in my humble opinion the better show is Medieval Times in Buena Park as the show is better.

Either one was fun though so just pick one that works out best for your itinerary. There are so many great shows in Las Vegas.

Werribee, Australia
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6. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

Thanks for your replies, much appreciated.

I asked because I thought they looked pretty similar but thought perhaps I'd get some expert advice.

Counting down 'til May 1st :)

7. Re: Medieval Times Buena Park or Tournament of Kings in Vegas??

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